A 17-year-long dispute alleging that Baltimore and a federal agency created and continued a racially segregated system of public housing has been settled.
Just as vehicles owned by the city housing authority were about to be sent to auction to pay for damages in a lead paint lawsuit, a judge has overturned the case.
Residents of public housing communities in Annapolis could be evicted this summer if they use their bedroom window air conditioners.
Despite a blustery wind, Pleasant Street in Annapolis lived up to its name yesterday as three families who have been living in public housing received keys to their own homes.
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